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  1. I have edited a couple of DNG film scans from an Epson V700. Processing the raw and then developing as a Linked layer. After editing and saving the image I can no longer open it correctly. It either opens with a very low resolution image which disappears or Photo crashes. If Photo doesn't crash, if I try to open/edit the Raw layer Photo crashes. The files have not been moved and the DNG is still available in original place (same folder). This is a screen capture of after re-opening the file (without crashing)
  2. the problem would be the DJI mini 2 and 3 photos taken. no problem with photos taken with JPG. DNG photos are completely different. I have tried different settings for color profiles, hardware coding. a completely different PC i tried there too uygan this problem. windows 10 and 11 tried.
  3. It would be real nice to have DNG format supported as an export option. Scenario: Shoot multiple images in camera native DNG format. Import multiple images into Affinity Photo and assemble panorama. (Think HDR also) Export completed panorama as DNG. Import completed panorama into another RAW processor (in my case Capture One Pro) for catalogue use and further development.
  4. Hi! I don´t know how to explain this here we go... I have a Google Pixel 3 phone and take RAW (DNG) pictures using Adobe Lightroom Mobile, then I export them as Original and open them in my Computer with Affinity Photo. The results processing the photo in Lightroom Mobile directly is way better than doing it in Affinity Photo, do not get me wrong, I am NOT saying Lightroom Mobile is better, I am saying that Affinity is not reading the image appropriately, I already tried adjusting "Assistant Manager" and actually improved a little bit after changing the image to "32 bit HDR" and deactivating "Tone Curve" The image looks even better if I open it with the Windows Photo Tool: and as you can see, I already tried with the last Beta version(1.9.2.1005) and got the same bad results Here you have the best example I could give you, look at the miniatures, one of those is a DNG that was processed directly in Adobe Lightroom Mobile and then exported and the second TIF file is just the same but exported in this format: If I open both in affinity then the DNG file looks like the left/Above image and the TIFF like the right/Below one I attached the original RAW file (1) and the other one that was processed and then exported as a DNG (2) if it helps Please let me know if I am breaking any rule, it was really hard building all this post and I have searched a lot in google and Affinity Photo Community but without success Regards, LRM_20210128_174302_(1).dng LRM_20210128_174302_(2).dng
  5. When importing DNG RAW files from a DJI Mavic Drone, Affinity does not recognize the built- in lens profile for lens correction. The profile is there, Lightroom and other programs recognize and use it to correct distortion. The drone is the very well known Mavic 2, the profile name is DJI FC2204
  6. Hi ! https://www.dropbox.com/sh/6truasjt646z9mg/AACIX3Ej5g1jkHuyMTThFJfca?dl=0&fbclid=IwAR1mIh-lEwH9b28j7Q4goHWsCSHmqAEzf0XtW5jYmhbH8H9VCjrdaPDNIAU&preview=_DSF0350.DNG Affinty can not open the 400 MPX GFX 100 RAW. Could it be fixed ? Regards
  7. Hi, I have a problem with the resolution of dng files. In Affinity Photo imported dng files (40 MB) are poor in image quality compared to jpg files (9 MB). The photos are made with a DJI Mavic Pro and are available as dng and jpg files. The drone has a Hasselblad camera installed. My guess is that the wrong codec is installed on my PC (Windows 10 Pro, 64 Bit). In any case an online conversion (online-umwandeln.de, dng => png) delivers a good quality. A test with Adobe Lightroom also did not deliver acceptable quality. What could be the cause? How can I uninstall the dng codec in Win 10?
  8. 1.8.3.641 - WIN 10 latested updates - clean new reset of PC and therefore new installation of Affinity Photo. NVIDIA GTX 650 - newest driver 446.14 EIZO CS 2730 Also installed: Affinity Designer 1.83.641 + Affitity Publisher 1.83.641 and Capture One 13.1.0.162 (all downloaded today). --------- Hello, I'm new to the forum and didn't really find a similar problem description on Google. Therefore I'll ask here: When I open an image in Affinity Photo for the very first time via "File -> Open..." it often instantly crashes. When I retry with the same file at the same source there is no problem anymore. I first thought it had something to do with the fact, that the images are on a OneDrive directory (already downloaded before), but now, on my new clean system, it also crashed 2 times with local only images. Now, after approx. 10-15 tries with other files and sources, it works well. But I am afraid it will happen again when I do not expect it. I use DNG from Ricoh GR 3 and CR2 from Canon EOS 6. Strangley enough a have the same behaviour on my iPad Air 3 with the latest Affinity Photo App when I use "Import from cloud" and open files from OneDrive. Does anyone have an idea what can be the reason? I have not experienced such a behaviour in version under 1.83. Thank you very much in advanced. Best regards.
  9. Hi, Was not able to find the same issue, only somewhat related with raw photos being opened with purple tint. Basically the issue is written in the title. To elaborate - when Fuji S5pro raw file (RAF) is converted to DNG using Adobe DNG converter and then opened in Affinity Photo, one can see that colors are way off. Below one can see a screenshot of freely available RAF file from here Fuji raw files and a converted to DNG one: One can also see that DNG has one pixel less horizontally. Tried opening DNG in open source RawTherapee and it opens the same as RAF. Meaning that there is definitely some issue with Affinity Photo here. It is the same in Affinity Photo 1.8 beta. Hoping that will be fixed. Thanks in advance!
  10. Affinity Photo Windows Desktop v1.7.1.404 When using the 'New HDR Merge...' function, DNG image lense corrections are not applied during file load/merge process. Reproduce: 1. File > New HDR Merge... 2. Click Add, select 2 or more DNG files 3. Click Ok 4. HDR image will not have lense correction applied(hdr_lense_missing.JPG) when compared to single DNG image opened using the standard File > Open
  11. Hi, as of build 118, DNG files from Leica Monochrome MM (first version) appear black when they open with the Serif Raw engine (with the Apple engine they appear fine). I have to drag the exposure slider all the way to the right to see a faint image. Before build 118, the raw conversion was excellent. I've installed build 223, but the problem persists. Thanks Thomas With Serif raw engine With Apple raw engine
  12. Hi, I am trying to use Affinity Photo to process DNG RAW files from a new DJI Mavic 2 pro which has the new Hasselblad inspired camera but when import the images they are very under exposed and flat. Any ideas how to process these images with Affinity. I also use DxO PL and this appears to be able to accept these files OK.
  13. Hi All I currently subscribe to Adobe and I'm finding it difficult to let go of Lightroom and Photoshop. I've had a Affinity for a while now and have gone through the Workbook to understand it better. However, I've found it's ability to carry out RAW processing in the Develop Module is lacking a little. If opening a DNG file (Which 99% of my RAW files are) I've found it doesn't render the blacks as well as a native RAW (Such as a CR2 for Canon). plus it doesn't handle the shadows and highlights as well as Adobe in general. More recently I've given an overview of Affinity Photo to our the Camera Club I attend, as I don't think anything comes near it for the price and is a great asset for those not wishing to go the Adobe route. As part of the overview I put a few DNGs together to show the club and came across a strange pink colour cast on a DNG compared to Adobe Camera RAW. See attached. I've also attached the DNG to get your thoughts. Keep up the good work guys! Designer is also superb!!!!! Carl 30_07_2018_Wales-2018-FUJI-XE1_174.DNG
  14. I've been recently trying to process some DNG files produced by my smartphone (an LG G6 aka LG-H870DS), and the colours are appearing faded with a weird hue in the Develop persona compared to the out-of-camera (OOC) JPEGs. I've tried to edit the DNGs to match the colours of the original OOC JPEGs, but have been unable to do so. I'm wondering if this is intended behaviour (in other words, me being not being proficient enough in Photo/editing), or if the DNGs are being read incorrectly. I've included the DNG files in the attachments. For some reason the JPEGs are failing to upload, but I've included a comparison between the DNG and OOC JPEGs. 20180812_072555.dng 20180821_191840.dng
  15. I need to convert my Panasonic Fz300 raw files to dng as Lr5 cannot be read the Pana raw file. By mistake; I learnt I could converter the raw files off the card. ( yeah yeah --- slow on the up-take For those interested . I have the Adobe dng converter [free] set to do the same thing each time > from same folder (card) > to same folder (NewPics) The converter will remember and do the same as last used. Once converted the dng files are imported [add] into lr5. This has removed going through On1 first If you want to rename all files; that can also be done with the dng converter also; however I delete the rubbish (heavily) in Lr5 before renaming only the better files. Like On1; I feel the dng converter renaming would be easier than Lr5 – newer versions might be different but I'm not going there ---if my Lr5 disappears I would likely use On1 and affinity I don't take much notice of the ''against'' dng argument – used to convert all files, however by not converting the Oly files I can quickly see if it's a pana or oly file . Happy to hear your pros and cons thoughts, and questions welcome Cheers; happy hunting
  16. There is a bug concerning DNG reading in affinity. I convert CR3 in DNG with DNG convert 11.0 When I read DNG with Affinity picture is not correct IMG_4456.dng
  17. Bonjour, je veux convertir un fichier "dng" en "ico", j'ai regardé dans le module exportation mais n'ai pas trouvé. Hormis la solution de changer l'extension dans Windows, ou installer un log, peut-on réaliser cette conversion dans Affinity.photo Bonne journée à tous
  18. Hi, Before I buy "Affinity", who could tell me if I can open and work on "dng" files produced with a Huawei P20 PRO smartphone ? Thank you in advance ! Yaghan
  19. Hi, I write cause I have a painful time trying to get the colors right from a DNG file.| The DNR file was made using an Android Smartphone - Nokia 7 Plus - with Adobe Lightroom CC android app - it has a camera option with DNG save. I use windows 10 and default picture browser, I have installed Adobe drivers for DNG file. When I open the file in the picture browser it has the right colors - very close to the actual ones. When I open the same file in Affinity Photo I get them wrong. It's subtle (or not so subtle in the example I give) but it is/ And it's not a uniform shift (I suppose) and I can't get them fixed, neither by white balance or channel mixing. I tried to decrease blue channel and it worked on a part of the image but rest of the image was off. I try tonal curve for blue channel but it's painful and I can't get it right. On the attached image you can see the difference. The right side is the more correct version, the left side is affinity photo - develop persona - I just moved the saturation all the way up to show the problem. Both images are the same file - just open in two different applications. Please, I need help! I wish I could get the colors right! EDIT: Ugh... in reality it's even more turquoise. I know that things may be off because of the monitor calibration but still I have hard time get it right.
  20. I'm evaluating Affinity Photo in a work flow that uses DxO PhotoLab to apply lens as well as basic colour & exposure corrections. When I export from DxO into Affinity, photos look significantly different. Is there something I'm overlooking? Can someone please suggest how I can carry forward all of the work done in DxO before I begin more detailed work in Affinity Photo? Thanks.
  21. Hi, I currently don't do any processing on the move - using just my Mac desktop at home. I have an iPad Pro and am exploring my options to get things done whilst out and about doing shoots. My query is about my potential workflow, and if Affinity Photo can help. I currently use all Adobe apps on my desktop, but a quick look at Lightroom on the iPad doesn't seem to provide what I am looking for. I'm a real estate photographer, and I outsource my processing due to the volume of work required. But I often get gaps in my schedule when on the road, which could help me to get my photos to the editors quicker (then waiting until I get home). I'm using Sony A7R III (with an A7 III as a backup). All I need to be able to do is: 1) Get the Sony RAW files from my SD card onto the iPad. I understand a lightning SD reader will be needed for that. 2) Then to review the images, and possibly on some of them scale/crop to get the best of the shot. No actual processing of colours, etc. 3) Then save/export them as DNG files onto a cloud platform (whether it be OneDrive, iCloud, Dropbox, whatever). Then I can email my Editors the location of the files to pick up for processing. I can't give them JPGs because they need to do the actual processing. DNGs end up much smaller filesizes than Sony RAW which means easier uploading too. And they are more universally recognized (the editors don't want to work with specific raw formats like Sony) Right now I have to wait until I get home from a day of shooting and do the above with Lightroom on my Mac. I'd love to be able to do this between shoots on the road, on the iPad. However, none of the apps I have looked into seem to be able to export this way. It's either save back to the original RAW format - or convert to a final non-raw format such as JPG. As I can't trial Affinity on iPad - and it's the key feature I would need - I thought I would ask here before buying. Is this going to be possible? Many thanks Simon
  22. Hi, I opened an existing DNG and noticed that Affinity Photo changed colors, ... on itself. On 5:45 of the following video it's the same behaviour. How can I supress this? - The original Image is much more darker than Image you can see then opened in Affility. On the attached Picture you can see the difference. when I open the same DNG-file with Affility(top left), LR(button left) and Irfanview(right). When I then export the DNG in Irfanview to a JPEG and open this JPEG in Affinity everthing is fine. I also noticed another differenc between opening the dng and opening the jpeg. After opening the dng the develop-button on the top left is activated. Doen't that mean there was a change (you can see this on the attached picure). After opening the jpeg that button is not to see.
  23. I know that this topic is present on this forum however I din't find a clear answer if functionality described below will be included in Photo and when? One big thing that is missing for me is the possibility to save my work on raw files - like .xmp files that are being created by Photoshop. I simply just want to return to my work later I know that we can save presets and use them later but its not the way I would like to work (save presets in many places and remember to use them again, dozens of presets after couple of days of work = nightmare). So maybe DEV team can add feature to save all these photo-specific presets to any metadata file .xmp (for example). So when next time you open any raw file the app will look for proper metadada file in the same directory and apply all modifications from it ? If this kind of feature is on the roadmap - when it will be available ? Now I am thinking of buying subscription for Adobe CC instead of using Affinity Photo app that I already have. Just beaceuse of this missing feature. Best regards, Mike
  24. Is there a way to convert a RAW file straight to a DNG file within AP?
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